Why Microsoft is buying Nokia Microsoft has an annoying habit of eventually getting things right. Will it end up being a major smartphone player?
Interview - McAfee aims for the enterprise Security vendor McAfee, a division of Intel, is attempting to differentiate itself from its competitors by supplying enterprise-wide solutions.
Jim Goodnight Analytics vendor SAS had over one thousand attendees at its Australian forum in Sydney, making it one of the largest vendor-specific events in Australia this…
In defence of offshoring OPINION - Opponents of offshoring are not hard to find. Virtually every time an Australian company outsources a job to another country there are accusations…
Mobile Device Management (MDM) is one of the fastest growing areas in the IT industry. As smartphones and tablets proliferate, and as more and more…
HP has released its quarterly results. After losing US$8 billion last quarter it has taken another US$6.9 billion hit this quarter.
What might a Romney victory mean to tech? We’ll know the result on Wednesday afternoon (Australian time). What will a Romney victory in the US presidential election mean to the technology industry?
The new Telstra shows its true colours Telstra is changing. Australia’s largest telco has a long history of evolution, and from necessity reinvents itself every decade or so. It is currently undergoing…
What Windows 8 means for the corporate world Corporate – or enterprise – computing is very different to personal computing. When individuals buy computers they can pretty well please themselves.
Gartner’s top ten tech trends for 2013 At its US Symposium Gartner has highlighted its top ten technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organisations in 2013.

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